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choice for president that we have faced at least in my memory. now that governor romney has made it official -- i might add, they are both decent men. they are both good family men. no, no, no. i don't neeth need your "boos," we need your help. [cheers and applause] i have a bad reputation of being straight and telling you what i think, and sometimes all that i think. but look, folks, all kidding aside, by picking paul ryan, what governor romney has done is he has given clear definition to all those vague assertions he was making during his primary campaign. he talked a lot about a lot of the things that paul ryan talked about, but never in any detail. but by picking paul ryan and laying out why he picked paul ryan, he picked paul ryan because paul ryan does represent the ideological -- how do i say it? the center of the republican party. he said, basically, that's why i'm picking paul ryan. now we don't have to guess about what governor romney meands means when he says things about medicare, social security, and all these things. it is almost like two incumbents running. because
with candidates for the u.s. senate in missouri. then ann romney campaigns in milwaukee at 11:00 p.m., "q&a" with former t.a.r.p. inspector general neil barofsky. tomorrow mexican presidential philippe calderon discuss u.s. and mexican relation. live coverage begins 9:00 a.m. eastern on c-span 2. missouri senator claire mccaskill and congressman todd akin participated in a televised debate friday. they rate this race as likely democratic. also participating in the debate, third party libertarian candidate jonathan dine. this one hour debate is hosted by the missouri press association. >> thank you phil and welcome again to the missouri press association debates. let me introduce to you today our candidates, we have to my left, republican congressman todd akin. in the middle, democratic senator claire mccaskill. at the end, libertarian candidate jonathan dine. let me also introduce to you today our panel of journalist who will be joining me and asking questions today of the candidates. we have a student at the university of missouri, we have bill miller of the washington missourian and jef
the campaign is the actual talking about there governor romney could go after, but he's not. >> even some of the president's allies, particularly on the left >> disappointed with the president's actions on housing. they think he could have done more. while they've done things, they haven't come close to what they set out to do. it's not a great talking point for governor romney because he doesn't have a whole lot of detail out there that he wants to talk about. he's been very reluctant to say anything about expanded government aid. that's a real contrast to senator mccain who in 2008 had a pretty aggressive housing plan this. administration ended up being less aggressive than the republican opposition wanted to in 2008. >> we'll have to leave it there. thank you bothful >> thank you. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> there's a lot of research out there that, in fact, mobile usage is even higher among minority communities than it is among white communities. i've seen some startling research that in some of these minority communities, 70% or 80% of the usage of the
are very different. >> the first debate between presidential candidates mitt romney and barack obama is less than two weeks away. wednesday, october 3, news hour's matt lauer moderates. watch and engage including our debate at 9:00, and post debate, calls, e-mails, and tweets. follow our coverage on c-span, c-span radio, and online at c- span.org. health care industry experts testified friday before the house ways and means subcommittee on health about funding cuts to the medicare advantage programs under the affordable care act. among the witnesses, president and c.e.o. of america's health insurance plans, and james cos grove with the government health accountability office. this is an hour and 15 minutes. >> as you know, we will be hearing votes as expected. to hear the witnesses' testimony, i ask unanimous consent that my opening statement be made part of the record. without objection, so ordered. i would also ask that we do -- that if we do get interrupted by votes, i ask the members to return so we can finish questions. also, before i recognize ranking member stark for the purpo
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